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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1SSG.
VOL. XL VI NO. 210
THE LARGEST PEOCESSION EVER
SEES IS NASHVILLE.
Over Twenty Thousand People In
Due Handsome Floral Tributes
to the Honored Dead.
SFSCUL TO TBI lPriiU.1
Nashviia. Tim., Saptembar 6.
The body of Gen. B. F. Obfatharr-
surrounded bv many floral offerings
lay in state in tbe Sena'e chamber at
the capitcl yes erday and today, with
acnardof bonorirnm tee lot al mili
tary compiaif a watching the remains.
A liw crowd visited the capitol yea-
terday end viewed tha remains, and
all day today, up to the time ol tbe
starting of the tunnal cortege, thou
sands pasted by tne coiiin and took
last look at tne fanuliar face cf the
dead., now and then an old maa or
an old soldier of Gen. Cheatbam'a
command wai seen to stop at th
head of the casket and gaz. earnestly
upon tne lace ol tbe dead, tberj
with tea-s Ureaming down his eyes,
would move on to allow othera
to look for the last time upon
tbe features of the General. In the
long proceesion that passed through
tne chamber today were many ctnl
dren. Many of them knew tbe Gen
oral personally ; he was a treat lover
of children, and It was teaching to see
the genuine sorrow depicted upon
their little facaa as they looked upon
111. .till iinM ,,u n( h.i. 4rlanA
IUD DIU bUlU l.VU u& DUCt ilJUUUi
Everybody who knew Gen. Cheatham
loved hita, and this accounts for the
laree number of colored people, men
and women, who called yeetwday and
today, to show their respect for his
memory. The peaceful face, made
venerable by the profusion of white
bair. was covered only by the elaea of
the coffin lid, and all night through,
the watchers say, friends came to look
upon his face.
formed at the capitol a few minutes
after 2 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
military formed on the right with
armi reversed. The ex-Confederates
formed on tbe left, with the Mexican
Veterans and ex-Federals on their
left. Tbe Governor and atari, State and
city officials came next to the soldiers,
and behind these came tbe Mayor,
. City Councitmen and city officials.
The United States officials followed
just in front of tbe funeral car, with
the following pall beareia: Alex. Por
ter, the Rev. J. B McFerron. Ed Tur
ner, M. C. Gicdlett. Tbos. D. File, tbe
Key. V. U. Jilliott, -H ,lae JN. Hacey, K.
G. Wood, Judge J. M. Quarles. M.
Bums. .Next came tbe crnjee
containing uie immeaiaie iamuy
of tbe deceaeei, the general
line of cilizane in carriages following
in order. The procession moved
from the capitol to the First Preaby
terian Church, where a funeral sermon
was delivered by the K Key. liuhop
(Jutntard, of the Episcopal Church
The procession was the lamest ever
aeen in Nashville and was fully two
miles in lergn. jsvery private and
public vehicle in the city was in line
and the whole city wai out to view
the cortege. There were fully 2000
persons in carriages and on loot in tbe
procession. - The - females were in'
terred in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
US. JOHN KUHlf ,
u ex-reueial oflic?r, eaid to a re
porter today: "I regret tht I was not
in tbe city yesterday. If I had been
here I wou'd have told the people
who met 10 do honor to the memory
of Gen. Cbea:hatn how much the sol
diers of "tbe Army of the Comber
land" honored and respected him.
This army, under Gen. George II.
Tnomss, met Gen. Cheatham's army
on a number of ba t'e fields, and the
' men formed there an estimate of his
character of which any man might be
COM PTBOLLKR FICKARD
says there is an upward tendency in
Tenneesee bonds. He thinks there is
no doubt that the 3 per cents will be
quoted at 90 cents by Christmas, and
would not be surprised if they reached
par by the 1st of January.
NEW REPUBLICAN PAPER.
It is understood that it is the pur
pose of Mr. J. J. Littleton to com
mence the publication of a daily Re
publican newspaper in this city at an
early day. It is said that the new en
terprise will have sufficient capital to
insure its success. The press and ma
terial of tbe Knoxviile Chronicle will
be removed here.
Xeetlaa; la Honor or tbe Late Sen.
lariOIALTO TBI AFPIAL.I
Jackson, Tinn., September 6. A
meeting of citizens and old eoldierj of
Jackson and Madison counties was
held at the courthouse in this city to
day forthe purpose of paying suitable
tribute to the memory of Gen. Frank
B. Cbeatb m, who died in Nashville
last Satui.ay. Business houses were
closed ar 1 draped in mourning and
church Vails toiled from 2 to 4 o'clock
p.m. l resolution was adopted.
earnestly requesting tbe President to'
appoint the widow ot Uen. Uheatbam
postinistrefs at Nashville, during her
husband's unexpired term.
The prospect for a big crop of cot
ton was never better in this section.
It is opening rapidly and will soon be
coming into the market
Suicide of a JUtiroad Enrlaer by
ISriOlAL TO THB APFBAL.I
Birmingham, Ala., September C
Saturday about dark 6. 8. Turner, a
railroad engineer, went to the First
Avenue Hotel and took a room and
cent a note to a young lady who was
engaged to him asking her to come
there to see him. She came in about
an hour and a half with a cbaperone
and found him on the bed in a coma
tose condition. Oa tbe mantel was
found an empty envelope marked
"morphine, ten grains." Physicians
where called in and worked T.nh him
all night and all yesterday, but he
died last night. Last Thursday night
Turner got drunk, and going to his
sweetheart's house said he was going
to kill another lady with whom she
had quarreled. The police took him
to the lockup and the Ma."or fined bim
next morning. Remorse' for this es
capade is tbe only explauation sug
gested for the suicide.
Johnston, of the Georgia IVlfic
railroad, who is just batk from New
York, says the meeting of the direc
tors which he attended there ordered
an extension of tbe Western division
of the read from Johnsonville, Miss.,
Eastward to tbe Illinois Central at or
near Greenwood. The Central com
Starkaville, which the Georgia Pacifio
reaches Dy a branch from Columbus.
Running arrangement w th the Cen
tral after these extensions era com'
pleted will enable tbe Georgia Pari tic
to run trains from Atlanta to the Mis
sissippi. Before the work can be done
the gap between here and Columbus
will be closed, March 1st being the
date now given ont for the latter con.
summation. Greenville, on the river,
la tne western terminus ol the West
JUI!i AT CHARLESTON
VNEASINEH CACHED BY SEV
ERAL LIGHT kllOWERS.
Belief Committee Hard a Work
Providing for the Sufferer
The Weekly Mortality.
Charleston, 8. C, September 6.
The 1'gbt raiu which set in at 4 o'clock
Ilia morning made thonsanda of per
eons encamped in the streets painful
ly anxious. The colored people at
daybreak speedily took possession of
all tbe pieces of old tin they could
find. In some of the vacant lots there
were sections of tin blown from roofs
by the cyclone in August, 1886, and
which had been left lying on the
ground. In other places there were
piecea of tin from houses which had
been unroofed by the earthnnake
Old boards from the debris around the
streets were also used. The occupants
of Washington Square made a raid
upon tbe ruins of Hibernian Hall and
were carrying off ail the old tin planks.
etc., when the police put a ston to it.
At daylight the rain ceased and tbe
sun appeared. Later in tbe morning
there were several slight showers, but
not enough to cause any inconven
ience. The weekly bill of mortality shows
a total of mnety-eisht death. Th
deaths caused by the earthquake were
thirty-eight, eleven white and twenty
seven colored. Since then there have
been several additional deaths
caused by the earthquake. On
tbe 5 h instant Julia Riley, col
ored, died of marasmus and exposure.
im wary itucnanan, white, aged 50
years, was taken out of her building
after the shock on Tuesday night and
died from exposure and the shock.
Today died Lizzie Grant, of heart
disease, brought on by fright and ex
posure. Adeline Blarney is at the
point of death ; she is a colored wom
an, aged about 60 years, and broka
her leg while trying to esciDe from
her building on Tuesday nlgbt. !
Bishop Howe furnishes the follow
irg statement of the needs of the
Episcopal Church in this diocese:
St. Phillip's Church snd Church
Home, both muoh iniured: Sr. Mich
ael 'e Chutcb, damaged very seriously J
St. Paul's Church, tbe largest in the
city, very badly damaged; Grace
Church, badly damaged ; St. Luke'B,
not serionsly injured, but needing re
pair; uaivary unurcn (a iree church
or colored ueODle). aerioniilv hurt-
St. Timothy ChaDel needs rehnilrlino-.
Tbe relief committees are hard at
work. Additional tents hava hnnn
placed in the public squares and for
the colored peoro'e coinf jrtabln a-nnrl-
ea shelter. have been erected on Ma
rion Square. There is accommntla
tion already for 15 JO c )lored rafugeei
ana 020 siept in shelters last night.
The Subsistence Committee will meet
regularly and eupply p oviaioos to all
who are needy and unable to auoDort
themselves. There is still a strong
diepoeitlon to remove the women and
children from the city, to spare
them, further danger and anxiety.
The South Carolina, the Savannah
and Charleston, and -the Richmond
and Danville railroads are giving free
tianeportat'on, aud about 500 passes
were issued to white and colored peo
ple yesterday. Tbe main objective
points are in upper and middle South
Carolina, in Columbia ample quar
ters have been provided for all refu
gees, ana oners oi eneiter are coming
in from many points. The city is per
fectly quiet and the work of clearing
np and repairing ha3 begun.
At a mas3 meeting of Knlo-hta of
Aaoor neia tonight the fallowing rate
of wages for mechanics and laborers
was agreed to, a raise of 60 cent hav
ing been made In each class: Brick
layers, first class. $3 50: second nlao.
$3;ca'penters. fir&t class. 3: second
c'os, $2 60, and tinners, $2 50 and $J;
lanorerw, ji ounajj.
- The JXewt and Courttr will publish
tomorrow interviews with a number
ol prominent business men, all indi
cating a remarkable degree of honeful.
Dees as to the business outlook in this
Considerable feeling was aroused in
the city today by the Btitement of
Prof. Simon Newcomb that a tidal
wave might be looked for or was
within the probabilities. Scientists
say there cannot b a tidal wave in
consequence or as an accompaniment
oi me recent earmquake. rrots
McGee and Mendenhail am rnnfl.
dent that tbe earthanake are anh-
stantially over, although there may be
occasional tremblings or detonations.
One of the reasons for sayiog this is
mat an tue spouting wells which have
been formed in the neighborhood of
(Jharleaton by tbe earthquake ceased to
flow yesterday, whicb fact is taken as
prooi that tbe abnormal stress and
pressure which induced the spouting
has passed away and that the normal
condition has been resumed. The
opinion placed upon the ability, en
ergy and sagacity of Mayor Courtney
was never better exemuliflnd than In
the outspoken satisfaction with which
all classes look forward to his return
tomorrow. It now hoped that the
teeple of St. Phlllip'a Church can be
saved, but tbe nortico of the chnrch
must be nulled down. The damage
the Confederate Home is much
greater than was at first euppoaed.
Relief Heaenre at New Tork.
New York, September 6 The sub
scription to date at the New York
Cotton Exchange has reached a total
of $6355 for the Charleston sufferers.
The president ot the Chamber of
Commeree, in responee to a r-eolntlon
passed by that body today, telegraphed
to Gov. Hill, aeking that tents belong
ing to the State might be sent to
Charleston for the relief ot the suffer
ers there. The Governor's secretary
replied as follows:
The Governor regrets his inability
to comply with your requests. The
military code absolutely forbids the
loaning of the military property of the
State for any purpose outside of the
The Stock Exchange Committee .has.
reoeived over $0 XX) for tbe Charleston
re ief fund. They propose to s?nd
$5000 to Charleston and 1000 to Sum
The Frodnre Exchange Committee
has raised $3500 for the Charleston
THE ARKANSAS ELECTIONS!
EETLRX8 VERY SLOW C0MIXG
IX, BUT ALL
Indications Point to an Increased
Democratic Majority The Re
sult In Pulaski County.
IRPIOIAL TO THI AFFBAL.l
Little Rock, Ark., September 6.
Returns of today's elections in this
btate are meager at this writing (1 :30
a.m.), not more than a half dozen
counties having been honrj from, aud
tneie state trat the reault is indefinite,
dui aii indications point to an in
creased Democratic majority. The
Wheel organization seems to be hold
ing a stiff hand in some ' counties in
the matter of Representatives
to the Legislature. J he Repub
lican ucaei pouea . us lull
Btreneth throughout the Kut.
Owing to poor teUgraph facilities it
wil. be fuliy a week" before complete
rviuruo vu i uam uere, online usual
Democratic majority in off years of
from 25,000 to 0,000 may be safely
As predicted in previous dispatches.
this county has done herself proud,
ana toaay saccseaea in winning a vie
tory in every way signal and to be al
ways remembered as the grandest
ever acnievea in an Arkansas
election. Tbe Btate canvass was loet
sight of on the 13th of August, the
date of the nominating Democratic
Convention, and all the forces that
could be brought to bear were put in
tbe field ta overcome the boadted Re
publican majority of 1500 snd to de
feat Bill Oliver and his crew of anxious
office seeker, who were brought
cut tne week following tbe Dem
ocratic convention. a more
thorough canvass never occurred
in any county in any State than closed
in folaskl tuttnrday evening last.
.bvery cltiajn ot tne city and county
naa ustenea to Dotn siaes oi tne poli
tic story on more man one occasion
during tha campaign, and the result
shows the people are solid on honest
administration are as firm as rock
for the perpetuation ot the present
emoieni isemocrat c ruie.
Nothing like complete returns can
be got tonight and tbe counting will
not ds naianea in tne country pre
cincts before tomorrow, while it will
be nearly morning before the city vote
will be counted, but Wat Wortham
will leave the city with 1500 msioritv.
and thi, together with sufficient
strength in the country to nearly bal
ance tne large colored vote of some of
the precincts, will undoubtedly en
able him to close tbe coant witb at
least 1000 vo'.es in iavor of the Demo
But to our colored brother is a lame
proportion of the honor of this victory
due, because ha saooic uiiver and bis
crew and voted tha straight Demo
cratic ticket juet like a soldier. He
said he was tired of the bess, and waa
satisfied with the Democrats, and he
proposed to show his fidelity by voting
the Demociatic ticket. Hundreds
6, colored men voted this ticket. G.
Washington Clark, the nresent Rj-
publirau incumbent of the County
uierk'a otuce, will have to abdicate t j
mace room lor Hm u. Williams.
Clark was a itror.g Knight of Labor,
and, it is charged, jointed the order
for the purpose and with a boos if
controlling the vote of that order, but
oe, too, must to.
A radon Victory at Fine It In nr.
leraouu to TBI arriAb.l
Fine Bmjfp, Ark., September G.
ins lUBi m ticket carried this city
toaay Dy auuu majority. Tne Kepub
licans on their Stats ticket maintained
a 'rout their average major! y
The Election at Helena.
laraouL to th Arraati.l
Helena, Abb:., September 0. The
election of State and ounty officers
pawed off very quietly in Helena and
vicinity today, tnere being no contest
In tbe county offices except for one
legislator and the Treanurur'a oflice.
Col. II. Straub, the Republican candi
date lor Treasurer, who was put on
the Fusion ticket, having received
pretty generally the colored vote, is no
doubt elected, though Ool. Ford has
puBhed him closer tban many thought
be would. The county has gone for
tbe Republican State ticket by a big
HOLLY SPRING 3, ItlSS.
Cotton Compress to Be Erected
Xegro Buralars Captured.
laraoiAL to aa irraiL.t
Hollt BpRtgos, Miss., September 6.
A meeting of prominent citizens was
held this afternoon in the office of
Addison Craft, at whicb formal action
wis taken for the immediate erection
of a cotton compress. Books of sub
scription for stock will be opened to
morrow, and it is understood that tbe
necessary amount will be promptly
The negro burglar that entered and
robbed Dr. Hyer'a residence several
niithts ago, was arrested today. He
had sold the Doctor's watch, and by
tnis means ne was spprenenuea.
0lo8ino prices of October options
at unicago yesterday: rork, (10 26;
lard, 6 72 J; clear rib sides, $8 70;
corn, 4zb; wneac, ogc; oats,zuac.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: Og
den Fontaine, 8t. Louis; L. W. 8co-
ville and F. K. Leslie, Atlanta, 6a.;
W. N. Young, Little Rock, Ark.; B. J.
Battle, Helena, Ark. ; Bowman Ellis,
Mkyer Stbih, of DyersbureTenn .
is in the city purchasing his fall stock.
Moselt's gin yesterday turned out
tne nist bale of tne new crop ginned
Salvation Oil cures toothache.
eprainx, strains, bmisrs, chillblains
and all noah wounds. 2o cents.
Blew Ilia Brain Out.
Cleveland, 0., September 6 James
E. WpRginson, prominent farmer
near Bellevae, 0., who was to have
bad a hearing today on the charge of
Davms laionionsiy assaaneii a 14 vear
old girl, suicided iat nigrit, ny blow
ing oat his brains with pistol.
You heed not nesleot your business
when tioubled with a cough or cold.
if yon only use the reliable remedy,
iff, nun s vougn ef rap, at once.
Luhdboro's porfnme, Edenis
Lnndbore'e perfnmij, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborir's perfnaie, l.ilv of the
Lnndborp. a perfume, Marchal Nile
LYNCH In Art anus, Sun -lay niihl.fop
Unlxr 6, 1886, JiMH I. Ltkcu, aga-i 42
Funeral will take place from P. M. Stan
ley'!, Mo. 66 Madiion street, this (TUES
DAY) morning- at 10 o'alc.-k. Friends in
TiUd to attend.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Missisairn add Tuxnksrsi iUii.ro n Co.,)
Mronliii, hi)teuihr3, J
THE oom pet Inn of ibt Yamoand Mi,ii
eippl Valler K.K., Irnm .(nekton. Mini..
to Greenwood, Miss., OrKNS liP AN ALL
RAIL LINK, without break of bulk or trant
ferof freight, to following named r-ointu
Vacuo fiiy, :", 11. Lnkr, Oood
How nilmvill. Nlm-k l-lord.
loll III. Kelr. 4'ruar.niluw. Hialaar
bhii-nients to landing's Boar then points
should be made to nearest station nam.d
above. Your business is renpeotfully so
licited over the M. andT, Road, as (re iht
reaches its destination th fol'nwine- day ot
delivery at our depo. A. J. KNA1T,
uenerai rreignt Agent.
fJHKCK for TOO on StaU National Bank,
cio'h".. i-ft p iKwS
again it taking said check as payment-has
WAN rtBirCMTe on tll' tcry.
SB1K MUCH I O r .prrtt.. AJ.
drea T. KLLWQOP ZELL, Pub., Phi.'a.Pe.
Insolvent Estate Administrator's
Offloe Pubtio Administrator, 8helby County
vourtnouia, uempnis, lenn., September
TUB undersigned havngbeen appointed
and Qualified admtnlatrator at tint .tt
of W. X. Pryor, defeated, notice it hereby
given to all pertons indebted to said estate
to com forward and settle) and to thote
to whom said Ut is Indebted to Si their
claims with th Clerk and Matter ot the
Chanoery Court, duly probated, within the
time prescribed py law, or tne same will be
C. B. BRYAN k CO.,
WH0LESAL8 AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
At the NowHpapor Auvtr
N. W.AYER A 80N. oiir sauihorUf
PRIMARY eleotinns will be held at the
usual Toting places by the executive
committeemen Tur the several wards anil
districts onTtiesitay, t-eptetnlier 14th, in the
city between tne hours of 6 and H o'olook
p. in. and in the country between th hours
of 3 snd 5 o'elock t.m.. for the immoae of
electlnc two sets of delosateB. On set of
delegates to represent th several wards
and districts In th Coni-emlonal Conven
tion, wblcn is to assemble in the oity or
Memnhis. at the Emnaitinn huililinar. nn
triday, September 17th, at noon, and an
other set of delegates to constitute a Leuiila
tive Convention, which is hereby called to
meet at th sain pl.c on Thursday, Sep
tember 23d, at 11 o'oloek a.m.
Below will be inund the number of dale.
rates apportioned to each ward and distriot
lor tarn oi me two conventions :
ond2, 'third 2. Fouith 1, Filth I, BixUi 1,1
Seventh 1. Kiilith 2. Ninth 3. Tenth 3. Kiev-1
iiHirinia r im. uiHLnnt a aeiea-Aifla. nen. i
enth 2, Twellth 1, thirteenth I, Fourteenth
3, Fifteenth 1, Sixteenth. 1. Seventeenth 1.
EithUenth 2. Total 30.
Warila Firat Ward 3 ilnlcirataa. Pnnnnil A.
Third 10. Fourth , Fifth 3, Sixth 4 Seventh
3, Kiichth5, Ninth 2, Tenth 3.' Totalis.
ur&na total, in.
Dittrirt: Firat distriot. S dnlenntes: Sec
ond 1, Third 4. Fourth 3, Filth 1, Sinh a,
Seventh 3 Eighth 5, Ninth 6, Tenth A,
Elevenths, Twelfth 2, Thirteenth 2, Four
teenth", Fifteenth 8, Sixteenth 2, Seven
teenth 2, Eighteenth 4. Total 67.
Word. t1 im Ward. 7 delnffntna: Hecond
13. Th rd 20. Fourth so. Fifth II. Sixth 9. Sev
enth 6, Eighth 10, Ninth, Tenlue. Total,
Urand total, ln.
By order Of tbe Executive Hoard.
B. J. CA M I'. Chairman.
J. H. Alhup, Seoretary.
The following Is a list ilvlne- tha votlni
plaoes in th different districts and wards:
21 District Kerrvilla.
3d District uuny.
4th District fuba.
5th Diatrlot Mnnahan'a arooery.
6th District (iibson'a atnra and Raliiivh.
7th District Ilartlett.
nth District Brunswick and Arlioi-ton.
9th District Allen k Allen's stora.
11th District Uerniantown.
l.lfh Distrlc Uoeirel's store.
14th District South rata of Elmwood Cam.
l.itn iiiatrict .
ltith Diatrlot WhiU8tatlon.
17th District Arnold'a Hnhnolhonae.
18th llistriot Buntyn Station.
1st Ward Main and Jacksou streets.
2(1 Ward Cnurthnnait.
3d Ward Qnigley'a oflic on Adams street.
4th Ward 357 eoond street.
6th Ward Markethous.
Sih Waro .
7th Ward Solarl iroearv.
8th Ward Comer Poplar street and Carroll
Dth Ward .
1 Ith Ward Corn nf M.tn nil P.lhann
Dy order of the cnmmlttee.
T MARTIN KKLLY, Chairman.
J. H. Al.fllip, Hocretarv.
GKO. O. HARBIN.
Established in 1854
ft W. JIKDB A GO.
257 Main St.,
Mill MO. SCO.
Boots and Slices
261 isuxisr ST.
,UR ITOCK OF BOOTS AND MI0E3 FOR FtLL AND WINTER WEAR 18 MORE
eomnle e than ever, enmnri.ins not onlv the ha.l and fin. at hut. n .., ...
dium, durable and (tyliab ;ood, which we offer at low figures.
T4 Til: IKtlH wa lilar Stiorial indilant.nl. n.rrln l J. 1.
SOLID SIZES, wo are rrepared to fill orders
nahlina Merooanls to (ill in without lielnc ooui
Agent for the t rlrbrntrd W. I. Iloutlaa)l Wi-n'a Calf Sboea aud 111
Hoy' Nlsor la all aiyle.
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOQUB AND PRICB LIST MAILEl) FREE.-
Gents' Furnishing Goods
229 - 231
Preparatory to bnlldlng a Npw Storehouse upon our lot on tho corner ot Main and Jefferson Sts.,
we Have moved our WHOLESALE stock to tho spacious warehouses beretoforo known as the
Clay Building, 22, 231 and 233 Main street, where we will continue our WHOLESALE business
until the new house is completed. We have now more space and better tacilities for doing busi
ness than we had in the old store, and can assure our patrons and the tratlo generally tnat we
are in a better position to serve them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made in pricesan advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers. Kemember, we guarantee the price ot every article we soil to bo as low as it
can be bought iu the United States.
Conulry More Inan ranee Ulvess
UKRERAL IMSl KAM'B AGENT,
Room 1, Cotton Exchaor Building .
"Invites Oorrtspendenc and Intorvlsw.
Have added lb! eaon a fnll
llaaof Slheaper radeor .
Ni l TABLE FOB
Jobbing and Supply Trade.
ar Catalogues mailed free to any address
on application to
ZELLNER & CO.
300 MAIN ST.
Dlt. 11. L. LA8KI,
Physician, Surceon and Aeconcber,
RB8IDKNC9 AND OniOl,
S43 Halo Ntreet, Near Union.
Telephone No. 88.
To Real Eatate Owneri and Af ents.
PARTIES havlnc sidewalks to pnt down
will 8nd it to their Interest to apply to
W. B. LOCKEY. 33 Madison, or shop, 348
Second. Contractor for Btewart's Grano
H. W. LEATil.
lor spsrial sites at NO EXTKA COol'. thus
relied to buy foods not needed.
- 233 MAIN STREET.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Bnllulnt;. Telephone Mi,
Vorlts Britten and Mar.
eaattll (nearly)..,...., ..ll, 000,000
aaleksalrrtw lerk l.Mti.neiW
Valaai of (Jaliforaia .. 1,1M,
Aaaerleaa nraljr Oomeaajr,
All elasses of property lniortd. Bpeolal
Hew York Life
HOTS AUD STOCK BBOKBB,
W. EJ. BROWN,
gOO Front Street. :
J.K.eODWIJf.PrM'U J.M.tJQODBAH, Vloe-PreVt. C. H.:BAIKE, Casklet,
JBomrtX of kjlreotorai,
JRLUT, J. H. OOODBAR, J. K. OODWI
RUCK. H. UAV1N,
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T. B. B1MB,
SMITH. CHARLI18 EN ST,
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loW ARUIVITBAD. 0.' D. BRYAN.'
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Mel Blvaa BpaalaU
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLETJEN'S FURNISHIIIG GOODS,
Noi. 836 and 328 Main St., MemphlsTenn.
arOITR JTOCK Of ri.M. tin WINTER OOtlDH I I.AROKR AND HAH
COMPLETE THAN Vr. BaVOHB. and our rrioea will oompar with those of any boose)
la the United Slates. W. ar Asents for
Teueagoe Maaaractariag Co.'i Plaids, Drills, Sbeetlns;, Bhtrtlaf, Etc
1 ' rjHMMOTM e 3rjOa.XZI.
J. 11; GODf
And Commission Mercliants,
JToa. 34 nwd SO Madlwon Mrvet, Mctaphlaj
rates to thine who desir to try It. I
inauiu) one atssijiuiM,
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rtioasilm mt BroaklsailMa.
rln Department)- 4.010,
Maklaar Boad af garctxahla.
Attention lva ta Insurini Country
: MomplilN Tenn
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AVERY GIN CO.
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W. A. SiulthVl'at. Separator.
Eagle Ecllpae Unller (Jlun,
l'lala 10 Inch Uln, ana
SOUTHERN STAIDARD PKKtM.
Prire at Facto,, $100 and 110.
iLLISOS hEr.D COT I ON CLEANERS,
aw-All kinds of Gins Repaired. Special
Diaoount to tb Trade. -a
S9I anil 80S Front Nt., Mrmsihl, Taasl
itr TIIF. KARRI I. oa CAR-S OR 10
barrel lots delivered In th cliy at very low
Kalra lu all nulala ea MallroaU
M. PATTERSON & CO